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About Me

Hey peeps!

My name is Leander, I am 21, I live in Northern Ireland and Im a girl :) lol

I currently work full time as a shift manager in McDonalds, and before you say anything no, I am not an idiot with no aspirations, hopes or dreams, none of the staff in my restaurant fit that stereotype!

I am here to ask questions, express my opinion and learn the opinions of my fellow people!

If you have any questions or just want to chat then leave me a message :) I must warn you though, Im not really here that often.

I'd like to meet

I would like to meet likeminded people who share my opinions and who dont judge or discriminate anybody because I am sick of that to be honest. There are also a few famous people I would like to meet such as: Johnny Depp, James Patterson, Ashton Kutcher, Jeffrey Deaver, Nathan Fillion, Josh Holloway and Olly Murs.

Activities

In my spare time I like to read gripping crime/thriller books written by the likes of James Patterson and Jeffrey Deaver. I enjoy hanging out with friends, whether that be sitting in watching tv, going to the cinema or going out for the night. I also like to listen to music.

Interests

Music, Animals, Movies, TV, Friends, Internet, Going out, My job, Reading, singing in the shower (a know, where no one can hear me lol) Geography, Guitar Hero

Favorite Music

I listen to a lot of different types of music but I always end up heading back towards the 'rock' genre. I love MCR, Children of Bodom, Nickelback and others but at the present moment my favourite artist would be Olly Murs.

Favorite TV Shows

Eastenders, How I Met Your Mother, Rules of Engagement, Come Dine with Me, Two and a half men, Everybody loves Raymond, King of Queens, Mike and Molly, Frasier, CSI, CSI:New York, Law and Order, Law and Order:SVU, Poirot, Miss Marple, Firefly, Misfits, Sons of Anarchy, Lost

Favorite Movies

Ohh there are so many to list here! Sliding Doors, Marley and Me, Paul Blart:,Mall Cop, Blade, Twilight, Sherlock Holmes, Avatar, Rush Hour, Despicable Me, Gnomeo and Juliette, Barnyard, American Pie, Serenity, Shooter, The out of towners, Pirates of the Carribean, theres loads more but my mind has drawn a complete blank!

Favorite Books

I love books that are crime thrillers so as you can imagine anything by James Patterson or Jeffrey Deaver, I also love all of the books written by Dan Brown, and as much as this time last year I would never have considered it a possibility, I love the Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer (I HATE the movies though!) I also love the Harry Potter books and the odd bit of Shakespeare

Favorite Quotes

"To be or not to be, that is the question" - Shakespeare

"Listen to the MUSTN'TS, child. Listen to the DON'TS. Listen to the SHOULDN'TS, the IMPOSSIBLES, the WON'TS. Listen to the NEVER HAVES, then listen close to me. ANYTHING can happen, child. ANYTHING can be” - Shel Silverstein

Favorite Heroes

My heroes are not actors, or writers or singers, not even famous. My biggest hero would be my granda. This man is remarkable! Although my dad was around for most of my life growing up the two of us never exactly saw eye to eye, so I looked towards my granda as my father figure. He has had quadruple bypass surgery on his heart, veins removed from his legs, got diagnosed with cancer and had to have his whole stomach removed (hes fine, was recently declared to be in remission :D) and despite this, he still is a full time carer for my granny and he would do anything for anybody. He also makes a fantastic roast beef dinner and homemade vegetable broth!! Granda, I love you :)

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  • Jon Bergen 2011/03/28 15:11:47
    Jon Bergen
    This is a...



    ...for the rave on the extraterrestrial life question. When all's said and done, of course there is life elsewhere in the universe, and some of it is doubtless intelligent and technological.

    Given the size of the universe, its immense age, and the almost uncountable stars keeping warm the nearly uncountable planets where life might arise, it's the most logical conclusion.

    The numbers speak for themselves (see graphic above). : )
  • The Serial Kisser 2010/02/27 07:34:51
  • The Serial Kisser 2010/02/27 07:25:32
    The Serial Kisser
    ya i was sick im recovering
  • The Serial Kisser 2010/02/27 07:22:40
    The Serial Kisser
    nm just trying to clean my white jeans
  • The Serial Kisser 2010/02/27 05:27:21
    The Serial Kisser
    been better
  • The Serial Kisser 2010/02/27 04:26:27
  • MJ 2009/12/08 18:43:15
  • Jon Bergen 2009/10/06 17:20:54
    Jon Bergen
    I bet you are good at unraveling songs you like. Music is just poetry. Literature is often not terribly different from poetry -- longer, all free verse, fewer rhymes. : ) I blame the teachers and profs out there for not getting students more excited about this stuff. People love movies! Movies are just videos of novels and plays. Should be easy to make this stuff relatable to the Here&Now.; Maybe the education professionals have just gotten lazy? Or maybe it's all the meddling from local governing bodies, parents and politicians? Don't know, but it is a damned shame. And then the students blame themselves.

    Anyway, just stopping in to wish you well with the a-levels and school in general. Take care.
    : )
  • Jon Bergen 2009/09/30 16:13:43
    Jon Bergen
    It's been awhile since I've left a message -- here, or on anyone's profile page. But your nominating me on that thread has given me the excuse to stop in, mainly to thank you again for such a sweet gesture.

    And now I will brag, just a little: I am known by a small circle locally as a pretty decent interpreter of dreams. So your instincts appear to be good on this point. Any time you have a dream you want unraveled, feel free to toss it my way. I will confess that I enjoy the challenge of cracking the riddle posed by an intriguing dream.

    Hope all continues to go well with college, work. life, the universe and everything : )
  • Kat 2009/08/18 03:57:52
    Kat
    yeah :)

    ohh cute! :D lol well my bunny isnt really litter trained.. but he tries to be :P he has a cage inside. Hes a spoilt bunny but hes so cute! xP His names Fluffy ;)
  • Kat 2009/07/22 07:05:30
    Kat
    thanks for the add ;)
    Nice music, up there!! You've got a very big tatse.. everything from Craddle of Filth to Britney Spears!? lol, but most of it is good :)
    ohh, u have guinea pigs?! cool :) I have a bunny :P
  • God-Cilla (Saviour to the M... 2009/07/22 03:42:24
    God-Cilla (Saviour to the Masses)
    Do you like acid?

    Prove your awesomeness. Do it. DO IT NOW!!
  • Jon Bergen 2009/07/20 19:39:55
    Jon Bergen
    One of the other things that life is all about: laughs. Sure got a couple out of your Chancellor of the Exchequer story. You're right: very Bush-like. Thanks for that. : )

    You are LUCKY to be free of the power of ice cream! It is a weakness of mine that I have battled along with a few others. The coffee looks to be next to go. : (

    Yes, I too am in the market for a job. Still have my old one, but am very tired of it, and so am looking. As you say, though, not the best time for job-hunting. Sorry that even McD's is at saturation. This economy may be a 'take what you can get' kind of thing. I'll wish you luck in your quest, and you can wish me luck in mine. : ) As for your computer, do your local libraries offer computer access free of charge? Ours do, so when you have no other way, that option is always there. Maybe not the best option, but when you've got nothing else...

    SodaHead is very demanding, very tough on computers. It can easily overwhelm a browser with all the crap it tries to load. If you can get on here, then I'm surprised other sites like Facebook pose worse problems. But I also have no idea what's up with your computer. Whatever your e-mail is, have you tried to sign up with an alternative service, say Yahoo if you're already using (but now unable t...

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    One of the other things that life is all about: laughs. Sure got a couple out of your Chancellor of the Exchequer story. You're right: very Bush-like. Thanks for that. : )

    You are LUCKY to be free of the power of ice cream! It is a weakness of mine that I have battled along with a few others. The coffee looks to be next to go. : (

    Yes, I too am in the market for a job. Still have my old one, but am very tired of it, and so am looking. As you say, though, not the best time for job-hunting. Sorry that even McD's is at saturation. This economy may be a 'take what you can get' kind of thing. I'll wish you luck in your quest, and you can wish me luck in mine. : ) As for your computer, do your local libraries offer computer access free of charge? Ours do, so when you have no other way, that option is always there. Maybe not the best option, but when you've got nothing else...

    SodaHead is very demanding, very tough on computers. It can easily overwhelm a browser with all the crap it tries to load. If you can get on here, then I'm surprised other sites like Facebook pose worse problems. But I also have no idea what's up with your computer. Whatever your e-mail is, have you tried to sign up with an alternative service, say Yahoo if you're already using (but now unable to use) Hotmail? Might be worth a try and a way for you to communicate with your Facebook/Myspace friend.

    As for the music, yes, major Green Day fan, as anyone who knows me at all can tell (either by standing in my hovel, listening to what's coming out of my car, or visiting my page online). Just burned another copy of 'Dookie,' as a matter of fact. '21st Century Breakdown' is a worthy sequel to 'American Idiot.' For me, the most solid part of the album is the middle: 'East Jesus Nowhere;' 'Peacemaker;' 'Last of the American Girls;' '¿Viva La Gloria? (Little Girl);' 'Restless Heart Syndrome;' 'Horseshoes and Handgrenades;' '21 Guns.' Then again, those last two are from Act III, and a couple others I like — '21st Century Breakdown' and 'Before the Lobotomy' — are from the first Act. Safe to say I like pretty much everything on this album.

    Very sorry to hear about the loss of your two beloved pets, how drawn-out and tragic it was. And about the other stuff, part of the inevitable damage life deals out. Sorry it has come upon you in the way it has all the same. Sadly, there is no avoiding this stuff.

    Me? I'm experiencing joy and fear at the same time, pain and elation. And this after swearing off such things. In other words, I think I'm in love. : )

    Life is an adventure from start to finish, you never know what's coming, and maybe that's for the best. Okay, must go. Good luck with the battle against the spiders!
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  • joao 2009/05/20 12:28:05
    joao
    Es super gorda !!!!!!!!!!!
  • bob 2009/05/15 23:18:55
    bob
    How bout now Lea
    bout lea
  • bob 2009/05/08 15:35:57
  • bob 2009/04/09 18:59:57 (edited)
    bob
    GOT YOU A BUNNY FOR EASTER bunny easter
  • ... 2009/03/27 13:17:20
    ...
    thanks for the raves :)
  • bfmv4eva 2009/03/21 19:24:51
    bfmv4eva
    HEY ITS BFMV4EVA TANKS 4 DA RATE hey bfmv4eva tanks 4 da rate
  • it's me 2009/03/20 17:49:49 (edited)
    it's me
    THANKS FOR THE RAVE!!! rave
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  • Leahhz
  • United Kingdom
  • 2007/09/29 01:27:10
  • 2013/06/23 18:53:20
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  • Scorpio
  • Expressing Myself
  • High School Graduate
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